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Intramural Sports beat the COVID blues

UW-Whitewater sophomore Mia Lubahn sets the ball during an intramural volleyball playoff
match at the Kachel Fieldhouse in November 2020.
Intramurals give students fun outlet during challenging times
January 17, 2021

Intramurals allow students on campus to play and compete in games they love. While fall semester games were scaled back to just badminton, volleyball, bag toss and basketball shooting competitions, the...

ANIMAL HOUSE: Snowed In

ANIMAL HOUSE: Snowed In
December 13, 2020

Watch out for the ice

February 17, 2020

With temperatures fluctuating from mildly warm to blistering cold, ice build-up on campus and city walkways once again become a problem. This issue is particularly prevalent at night, when temperatures...

The battle of the plows, the city and complaints

December 9, 2019

When snowfall hits towns and communities in the Midwest, it usually hits hard. Wisconsin is one of the states known for its stereotypically large snowfalls, and the cleanup after these storms can be frustrating...

Business on the books, family on the mind

Business on the books, family on the mind
February 5, 2018

When a University of Wisconsin-Whitewater professor traveled to South Korea to help teach a Winterim program, he felt a little piece of home with the Winter Olympics set to begin. Dr. Kaviraj Praveen...

Home losses cool ‘Hawks’ hot start

January 22, 2018

The No. 2 UW-Whitewater men’s basketball team went through a series of ups and downs over winter break, going 6-2 since many students left campus during the holidays. The Warhawks claimed several...

Winter Market finds new location

December 13, 2017

The first Winter Market was held last year at the Cravath Lakefront Center in downtown Whitewater. However, the event’s organizers decided this year to change the location to the Irvin L. Young Memorial...

Tips to help promote safety on the road ways

January 27, 2016

Jan. 27, 2016 By Marisa LaBello As the weather changes to icy extremes, possible car troubles become a burden for students. Threre are ways to ensure safe travels when driving your car this winter....

Cold hands, warm heart

Dan Sandow stops for a photo while going his typical route to class in Heide Hall on his scooter. “i’m smiling even though math isn’t my favorite class,” Sandow said. 
Amber Levenhagen photo/
LevenhagAL14@uww.edu
December 10, 2014

Dan Sandow, a student who uses a mobility device, overcomes the challenges of making the daily journey to class in winter Dec. 10, 2014 By Vesna Brajkovic Slipping on a pair of brown, heavy-duty...

Surviving the winter months

December 3, 2014

Dec. 3, 2014 By Vesna Brajkovic Wisconsin winters come and go, and each one always feels like the worst one yet. But as temperatures slowly drop, winter quietly creeps up. Below are tips on how to...

UW-W campus sees first snow of the year

November 9, 2011

The UW-Whitewater campus receives its first snow of the season. Dress warm and stay warm.

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